Recipes for fish, wild game make up Jason’s cookbook

By Travis Svihovec A quick look at Jason Nelson’s recipes will give a person insight into the life he leads outside the workplace. There’s a recipe for elk stew, a goose jerky marinade, bass cakes, and something called scuba dip. It was named after its popularity with the members of a scuba club. “That’s my mom’s recipe,” Jason said. “We […]

Irene Thompson passes away at 97

Funeral services for Irene Phoebe Thompson, 97, of Mobridge, were held Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Promise. Burial was in the church cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Mrs. Thompson passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, at Mobridge Regional Hospital. Irene Phoebe Thompson was born to Joe and Julia (Veo) […]

Milton Ford served in US Army

Milton “Bud” Ford, 92, of Aberdeen, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, at Avera St. Luke’s Hospital in Aberdeen. Funeral services were held Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, at St. John Lutheran Church in Selby. Interment with military graveside rites was at Selby Memorial Gardens under the direction of Lien Funeral Home of Bowdle. Milton Leslie Ford, second child of […]

Keller, Pearman finish in top 10 at CSDC meet

By Jay Davis Abby Keller and Kegan Pearman raced to top 10 finishes at the Central South Dakota Conference Meet in Gettysburg on Wednesday. Keller finished sixth in the girls’ division with a time of 21 minutes, 51.14 seconds. ReAnne Kohlus led the second 10 with an 11th-place time of 24:05.55. Kallie Pearman ran to 19th, Emma Fulkerson 22nd and […]

Offense leads Tigers in win over Cavs

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers started slow, but then cranked up the offense in a 3-0 win over Aberdeen Roncalli in Aberdeen on Tuesday. After spotting the Cavaliers five points to start the night, the Lady Tigers took over and outscored the home team 25-6 the rest of set one and ran away with a 25-13, 25-17, 25-21 win. […]

Tigers feast on Pheasants, earn homecoming victory

By Jay Davis With a chance to solidify their playoff hopes, the Tigers came up big on both sides of the ball in delivering a 42-6 win over Redfield-Doland in the annual homecoming game at Tiger Stadium on Friday. Coach Dan Merkel said his Tigers gave him the performance he has been looking for. “On defense we got off the […]

Frederick answers questions of ICU success

District assessment scores and the merits of the ICU program versus the bad habits it may encourage were the dominant topics of the Monday, Oct. 12, Mobridge-Pollock School Board meeting. Before the meeting superintendent Tim Frederick congratulated the student body and staff on a very successful homecoming week. SPI scores Frederick told the board information on the South Dakota Department […]

Grass fire near Wakpala scorches 3,000 acres

Mobridge fire units and others from across the area battled fires Sunday, Oct. 11, and Monday, Oct. 12, as winds whipped two grassfires on Standing Rock Reservation. On Sunday a grass fire caused the evacuation of Cannon Ball, N.D., as winds with 60 mph gusts pushed the flames into the town. The residents were evacuated to Prairie Knights Casino. On […]

JAY DAVIS: Lady Tiger volleyball reaches 550-win milestone

The Lady Tiger volleyball team just had a milestone win. When the girls beat Potter County at the Central South Dakota Conference Tournament on Sept. 26, it was the 550th win in program history. If yours truly had been paying better attention, you would have already known this. It is a pretty impressive accomplishment. It took the Lady Tigers 922 […]

KATIE ZERR: It was a trying week in Mobridge politics

City politics took a rather nasty detour after the Monday, Oct. 5, meeting when changes to the 3B ordinance had a negative impact on the people promoting the city. 3B funding is used in bringing big events here and to make Mobridge a vacation destination for more than a few knowledgeable visitors. The changing of the 3B ordinance was a […]

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